Arnold Schwarzenegger, 74, puts on knee-high bright white socks for a bike ride in LA

Arnold Schwarzenegger, 74, puts on knee-high bright white socks for a bike ride in LA

Arnold Schwarzenegger donned a daring look in LA earlier this week, heading for a bike ride in knee-high, bright white socks.

The acting veteran, 74, looked like a natural cyclist every inch as he cycled through California, the compression socks made quite the statement.

The former politician wore the socks with an equally dazzling pair of white sneakers that added to the sporty attire.

Go Arnold!  Arnold Schwarzenegger, 74, wore bright white knee socks for a bike ride in LA this week

Go Arnold! Arnold Schwarzenegger, 74, wore bright white knee socks for a bike ride in LA this week

The Terminator movie star looked calm and composed during his outing, soaking up the California sun in a camo cap and cycling sunglasses.

Arnold layered with a khaki bomber jacket and completed the look with black shorts that showed a hint of his muscular legs.

He is often seen riding his electric bike, which costs $5,000 – about £3649.

Cool: The acting veteran, 74, looked like a natural cyclist every inch as he cycled through California

Cool: The acting veteran, 74, looked like a natural cyclist every inch as he cycled through California

Sporty: the compression socks provide a striking look

Sporty: the compression socks provide a striking look

Cool: The acting veteran, 74, looked like a natural cyclist every inch as he cycled through California

Cycle: The former politician wore the socks with an equally dazzling pair of white sneakers that added to the sporty attire

Cycle: The former politician wore the socks with an equally dazzling pair of white sneakers that added to the sporty attire

Cycle: The former politician wore the socks with an equally dazzling pair of white sneakers that added to the sporty attire

Keeping fit: The Terminator movie star looked calm and composed during his outing, soaking up the California sun in a camo cap and cycling goggles

Keeping fit: The Terminator movie star looked calm and composed during his outing, soaking up the California sun in a camo cap and cycling goggles

Keeping fit: The Terminator movie star looked calm and composed during his outing, soaking up the California sun in a camo cap and cycling goggles

LA bike ride: Arnold dressed up in a khaki bomber jacket and completed the look with black shorts that showed a hint of his muscular legs

LA bike ride: Arnold dressed up in a khaki bomber jacket and completed the look with black shorts that showed a hint of his muscular legs

LA bike ride: Arnold dressed up in a khaki bomber jacket and completed the look with black shorts that showed a hint of his muscular legs

The sunny bike ride comes after the ex-California governor recently lost a huge bodybuilding deal.

A Boca Raton Florida-based sports nutrition company called REDCON1 announced last week that it has “discontinued all support” for its fitness events following the bodybuilding icon’s strong comments about vaccination in a recent chat with CNN.

Arnold took a focused approach to caution amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as he spoke with the network’s Bianna Golodryga.

Fitness advocate: The actor is often seen riding his electric bike, which retails for $5,000 - around £3649

Fitness advocate: The actor is often seen riding his electric bike, which retails for $5,000 - around £3649

Fitness advocate: The actor is often seen riding his electric bike, which retails for $5,000 – around £3649

Bad news: The sunny bike ride comes after the ex-California governor recently lost a huge bodybuilding deal

Bad news: The sunny bike ride comes after the ex-California governor recently lost a huge bodybuilding deal

Bad news: The sunny bike ride comes after the ex-California governor recently lost a huge bodybuilding deal

He said, ‘There is a virus here. It kills people and the only way to prevent it is get vaccinated, wear masks, practice social distancing, wash your hands all the time, and don’t just think, “Well, my freedom is getting a little disrupted here. .” No, ruin your freedom!’

The True Lies actor continued, “You have the freedom not to wear a mask, but you know something? You’re a jerk for not wearing a mask. Because you’re supposed to protect your fellow Americans around you.”

In answer, REDCON1 Founder Aaron Singerman said in an Instagram post, “Anyone who says ‘blowing your freedoms’ is un-American, and REDCON1 is a patriotic pro-freedom brand. We support freedom of choice. We don’t want Arnold censored or canceled. We just can’t support his opinion with our dollars.”

Verdict: A Boca Raton Florida-based sports nutrition company called REDCON1 announced last week that it has “discontinued all support” for its fitness events following the bodybuilding icon’s strong comments about vaccination in a recent chat with CNN

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